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Tuesday, September 17 • 12:15pm - 12:20pm
Opening Up The Box: making evaluation useful to stakeholders

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Hwee Lee Seah  (Ministry of Education, Singapore)

Programme evaluation in the Ministry of Education (MOE) in Singapore is guided by the utility of the evaluation process and its findings. This presentation narrates the on-going journey of the internal evaluators in MOE to ensure that the evaluation conducted is relevant, accessible and useful to the intended users. We will share the customised approaches and strategies adopted in engaging different levels of stakeholders (e.g., management, specialists) at every stage of the evaluation to engender ownership in the evaluation, as well as promoting evaluation literacy and capacity along the way.

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Anne Markiewicz

Director, Anne Markiewicz and Associates
Anne Markiewicz is a leading monitoring, evaluation, and training specialist with over 20 years’ experience designing monitoring and evaluation frameworks and developing and implementing a range of evaluation methodologies. She has designed and delivered M&E capacity development... Read More →

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Hwee Lee Seah

Lead Research Specialist, Ministry of Education
I am a Science teacher by training. After teaching in schools for 4 years, I went on to work as an educational researcher in the Headquarter and next ventured into evaluation. As a lead research specialist in evaluation, I conceptualise and conduct evaluation of policies and programmes... Read More →

Tuesday September 17, 2019 12:15pm - 12:20pm AEST